Concealment (See also Refuge.) Allusions, Definition, Citation, Reference, Information - Allusion to Concealment (See also Refuge.)

  1. Ali Baba 40 thieves concealed in oil jars. [Arab. Lit.: Arabian Nights]
  2. ark of bulrushes Moses hidden in basket to escape infanticide. [O.T.: Exodus 2:1–6]
  3. Holgrave hides his identity as the builder’s descendant and finds the concealed deed to the land. [Am. Lit.: Hawthorne The House of the Seven Gables]
  4. Hooper, Parson wears a black veil as a symbol of secret sorrow and sin. [Am. Lit.: Hawthorne “The Minister’s Black Veil” in Benét, 672]
  5. Inigo and Gonsalve Concepción’s would-be lovers; hides them in her husband’s clocks. [Fr. Opera: Ravel, The Spanish Hour, Westerman, 198]
  6. Man in the Iron Mask forced to perpetually wear an iron mask to conceal his indentity. [Br. Lit. and Fr. Hist.: Benét 628]
  7. Polonius Hamlet stabs him through the arras. [Br. Lit.: Hamlet]
  8. sealed book symbolic of impenetrable secrets. [Christian Symbolism: Appleton, 13]
  9. veil of Isis never lifted to reveal the face of the goddess. [Anc. Egypt. Myth.: Brewer Dictionary 492]
  10. wilderness of Maon where David sought refuge from Saul’s pursuit. [O. T.: I Samuel 23:25–29]
  11. wilderness of Ziph where David hid to escape Saul’s search. [O.T.: I Samuel 23:14]